A little late to the party, been a busy August. Just sending out a feeler to see if I'm in a minority or majority. I'm not happy about the FAA qualifying new guidelines/rules! Please assume I'm familiar with my profession, and have logged in many hours flying my quad copters(FC40 & P3S) for over 2 1/2 yrs. I perform home and commercial inspections. This bird with a camera on it keeps me safe and allows me to gather visual information about roofs. I generally never fly over 100' ft away, and the flight is usually around 10 minutes. From what I've read the majority of the studies/test has little to do with my situation. If your familiar with the newer guidelines/test, then you'll see what I'm referring to. This seems to be written by pilots for pilots. Nobody has ever looked at me as being a pilot of an unmanned aircraft, I'm just another guy flying a drone. I realize my usage will differ from others and that's where I think the guidelines needs to be addressed, not by weight, but by the purpose. I like many have been patiently waiting for an avenue to fly within the confounds of the law and setting us apart from the hobbyist. Which by the way I think the FAA has failed in this go around. Again in my usage, I don't think there would be much difference other than actual flying experience. I would think that there are other commercial usage that will be close to my type of usage. So am I in a minority or majority?